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  • Core wire Grinding

    The core wire itself is typically made from high-grade stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance, or Nitinol, a shape-memory alloy offering superelasticity crucial for flexible and kink-resistant guidewires and stents. Depending on the specific device needs, other specialty alloys like platinum, tantalum, and cobalt-chromium might be used for their unique properties. Additionally, the grinding process can be tailored to achieve specific surface finishes and the core wire might receive further coatings to enhance its properties and functionality within the final medical device.

  • Guidewire Welding

    The composition of guidewire assemblies produced by Demax is meticulously crafted to ensure superior performance and reliability. These assemblies typically consist of high-quality materials such as stainless steel, nitinol, or specialty alloys, chosen for their mechanical strength, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility where applicable, particularly in medical applications. Additionally, advanced welding techniques, including plasma welding, laser welding, and PTCA wire brazing, are employed to securely fuse the components together.

  • Spring Winding

    The composition of springs produced with Demax Spring Winding varies depending on the application requirements. These springs can be wound from a variety of materials, including high-carbon steel, stainless steel, titanium, and specialty alloys, chosen for their mechanical properties and corrosion resistance. Additionally, depending on the application, springs may undergo surface treatments such as heat treatment, shot peening, or coating to enhance durability, fatigue resistance, and performance in challenging environments

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